Steel Wheeled Beauties
By: April Allen
Check out these attractive tractors that were popular in the 1910s and 1920s. (text by Dave Mowitz)
The Model W 12-20 holds the distinction of being the first Cletrac crawler to hit the market. When first built in 1918 the model W was powered with a Weidely-built engine. This was replaced by a Cleveland Tractor Company-built four-cylinder engine that turned out a maximum 151/2 drawbar horsepower.